Officials have outfitted 133 classrooms with new technology over the past four years, Geneva Henry, the dean of GW Libraries and Academic Innovation, said.
Leana Wen, a former professor of emergency medicine, was named as the new president of Planned Parenthood Wednesday.
The sustainability office is trying to involve more students, faculty and staff in eco-friendly projects over the next year.
Sheldon Cohen, a triple alumnus, emeritus professor and chair emeritus of the Board of Trustees, died Tuesday at 91.
Portuguese-speaking students in the Graduate School of Political Management can now receive a new need-based scholarship.
The Judaic Studies program has had fewer than six majors for the past decade, but faculty said popular courses on the Holocaust and Israel sustain the program.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences launched a new online master’s program on electrical engineering in late August.
Geneva Henry, the dean of libraries, said officials are collecting data about questions asked at Academic Commons to improve the services offered.
In the past year, the Colonial Health Center has seen three different leaders. The newest is the inaugural dean of the student experience.
Before classes begin, get caught up on news from Foggy Bottom that you may have scrolled past this summer.